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Bill Gates continues to deny rumors that he will enter the 2008 race for President. Earlier hints that New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg might run prompted speculation that Gates would enter the race.
As no one has had the common decency and anger to mention George Galloway recently, I obtained permission to post the following report which appeared in both Exchange and Mart and The 2008 Brownie Annual.
In a surprise move, pop star and all-round girl-you-wished-wasn't-next door Madonna is to become the new Pope.
Sir Ben Elton, one time stand up comedian cum novelist and respected West End Producer has announced that as it's World Cup year and England don't stand a cat in hell's chance of winning it, he's going to give us all something to shout about. '196...
Belle Aire - The golf world condemned George Bush's claim that he gave up golf to help our troops in Iraq.
Tens of thousands of New Yorkers didn't bother watching Old Kids On The Block's comeback today, as they performed again for the first time in 85 years.
The Roman Catholic archbishop of Los Angeles has said his archdiocese will sell its main orifice to raise money to settle lawsuits for sexual abuse.
Contrary to accepted opinion, scientists at MIT have determined that excretion is not only pointless, it is actually bad for you.
In a bizarre accident, Prince Harry has chopped his left hand off with an axe.
A US stripper called Chelsea (no relation to the footie club who "boobed" it against United) has the biggest boobs on the planet and they even weigh more than that fab stick insect called Victoria Beckham. She paraded them on the morning TV show w...
(Jackson, Mississippi) What is being called a "motor boat from Mars" apparently dove repeatedly upon Jackson, Mississippi this morning, strafing with an exploding light beam and flying through homes, businesses and schools, wreaking havoc and leaving...
Cheney's Corporation, Halliburton has been granted multi million dollar construction contracts to erect barriers between the US and Mexico and the Iraqis and the Iraqis in Sadr City.
A Glaswegian councillor, Steven Freemason, has said that the people of Glasgow are 'proud' of the pitched battles fought across Manchester, after Wednesday's dull and uninteresting UEFA Cup final.
Theologians the world over are in an uproar today because Jesus of Nazareth has risen from the dead again. Climbing up out of a manhole in Jerusalem, the dishevelled, bearded Jesus disrupted traffic for over an hour as authorities searched him for w...
Nostalgia, Candyland -- Long-smouldering Mount Jimmy erupted in Candyland today, imperiling the surrounding village of Lollipop Woods, which had to be evacuated. Mt. Jimmy spewed forth a rain of toxic jimmies on Lollipop Woods and set fire to many o...
In a surprise move, Mrs. Cherie Blair, famous for being the richest woman in Britain, will be deported to France, a Home Office spokescat announced.
Today Manchester City Council cancelled the traditional city-wide open-top bus parade through Manchester, for their European Champions League winners, Manchester United.
(2008) Veteran politician Ming Campbell and antique entertainer Max Bygraves form double act and release new CD
The entertainment world was thrown into raptures today when former leader of the LibDems, Ming Campbell and teenage heartthrob of the late 19th century Max Bygraves announced their collaboration on a CD of new songs entitled "Ming alonga...
In a carefully phrased statement from the Planet Mongo, General Klytus has broken months of media speculation regarding the true cause of the earthquakes, tsunamis and cyclones that have devastated the Earth since the beginning of 2008.
CCN (Crazy Cal News) - Austin, TX - Don McLeroy's proposed May 2010 amendments to social studies curriculum standards for Texas public schools don't go far enough. Nowhere did I see any mention of Pecos Bill being responsible for founding the ca...
British Minister of State for Trade, Investment and Foreign Affairs Ian McCartney announced that Britain has begun exporting adjectives to the United States.
WHITE PLAINS, NY - The news this week, that Rupert Murdoch is not fit to run News Corp as Chairman and CEO, has hit him pretty hard according to close friends and business acquaintances. Not one to let any moss grow under his feet, however, Murdoch h...
Angry Birds CEO to step downAngry Birds CEO Mikael Hed will not head the Finnish company next year; he is being replaced because he is not "choleric" enough to effectively represent the hostile video game franchise.
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